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MESSENGER's science team pages

Posted by Emily Lakdawalla

27-03-2006 13:47 CST

Topics: mission status, MESSENGER

A news update from the MESSENGER mission last Friday included a news item that piqued my interest: they reported that the MESSENGER science team website is now live. The website contains pages for data, publications, presentations, and other documents. The site clearly needs further filling out, but I was pleased to follow links and find quite a bit of raw image data from the Earth flyby (they even have all the data zipped up into a tar archive so you can download it all at once).

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